Uses predetermined methods, operations and prescribed technical data to inspect and test aircraft components (in-process and completed assemblies, sub-assemblies and detail parts); assures repairs or modifications are accomplished according to applicable data acceptable to the FAA administrator, e.g. component maintenance manuals, overhaul manuals, structural repair manuals, customer specifications, drawings, diagrams, or inspection instructions and checklists. Uses various measuring devices throughout the process; rejects components found with defects or malfunctions which require additional operations or re-work; accepts and certifies components that are determined airworthy . Qualifications
Examines assemblies, components, installations, and mechanically energized accessories to ensure that workmanship, processes, and materials conform to contractual requirements.
Ensure inspection forms, required FAA forms, maintenance releases, FAI forms and other applicable documentation are completed properly.
Ensure inspection, testing and measuring equipment used on aircraft applications are properly and regularly calibrated and take necessary action when equipment is found out-of-calibration.
Provide continuous surveillance of assigned areas to assure compliance to approved tech data and other procedural requirements.
Perform internal audits as assigned by the Quality Engineer.
Act as a consultant regarding technical matters.